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Enchanted
Valley -
Skokomish

Updated: 2003

Scale 1:62,500
(1 inch to the mile)

Contour Interval: 100 feet

 

The Enchanted Valley - Skokomish map includes the East Fork of the Quinault River (including Enchanted Valley), The North Fork Skokomish River, Upper South Fork Skokomish River, and the surrounding High Country in the south-east corner of Olympic National Park, as well as the Wonder Mountain Wilderness in Olympic National Forest, in the Olympic Mountains in Washington State, USA. 

It covers the entire Enchanted Valley Trail from Graves Creek to Anderson Pass. It Covers the entire North Fork Skokomish River Trail, and all it's connecting trails from Staircase to the Headwaters of the Duckabush, LaCrosse and O'Neil Passes. It includes Sundown Lake, Six Ridge and the upper (unroaded) South Fork Skokomish Trail.  

The entire length of each of the following Trails are included on the
Enchanted Valley - Skokomish map

Anderson Glacier

Anderson Pass

Black and White Lakes

Dry Creek

Duckabush (Upper)

Enchanted Valley

First Divide

Flapjack Lakes

Four Stream

Graves Creek [Lake Sundown]

Graves Creek Nature

Hart Lake

Hart Pass

La Crosse Pass

Lake La Crosse

Lake Success

Mount Hopper

Mount Olson

O'Neil Pass

South Fork Skokomish River (Upper)

Shady Lane

Six Ridge

Skokomish River

Smith Lake

Staircase Rapids

Sundown Pass

Wagonwheel Lake

Wynoochee Pass

Special Features:

Trails are more accurate and up-to-date than any other published map we are aware of.

This area was mapped especially poorly on previous maps, and is inconveniently cut-up by quad boundaries. Enchanted Valley - Skokomish is by far the most accurate map of the trails in this area.

Woodland shading has been updated from recent 7.5 minute maps (where available) and recent photos elsewhere  to more accurately show  vegetation patterns near timberline, as well as  wildfires and other changes not shown on USGS or other commercial maps.

This is the only large scale topographic map of the Wonder Mountain Wilderness.

 

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